Easy Blade Possibly the best $12.95 you can spend

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  1. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    The Easy Blade is an accessory for the great floating algae magnet. Simply fasten it by means of a couple of drops of second adhesive (not included) on the internal member of the algae magnet and it is ready to start!

    We are delighted to present to you yet another innovative product for your favorite pastime which will make the cleaning of your aquarium easier still.

    The new Easy Blade gives you the combined cleaning power of a floating algae magnet and a blade cleaner.

    Easy Blade has got a working position and an idle position, leaving it up to you to judge how much cleaning your aquarium walls need. Decide for yourself whether to clean your aquarium as usual, using the algae magnet if the algae that has accumulated comes off easily or to put Easy Blade into action for the tougher cleaning jobs.

    Manual cleaning of the aquarium walls by reaching into the aquarium and using a conventional blade cleaner will be a thing of the past for you. No more stepping on a chair in order to be able to get your arm into the aquarium and no more stepping down from it and up again in order to see whether all areas of the aquarium are clean!

    Just use Easy Blade standing in front of your aquarium with everything in sight.

    The blade is fastened safely as to minimize the risk of injury to humans and animals. It is safe for the silicon joints of your aquarium as well.

    Easy Blade fits on all major floating algae magnets by Magfloat, AlgaeFree, Zoo Zajac, JBL, Amtra and Papillon.

    Replacement blades are available.

    Click Here to see the Easy Blade in action, taking care of coralline algae.
    Pictures and description from Premiumaquatics.com

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  3. dlaclo

    dlaclo Spaghetti Worm

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  4. SAW39

    SAW39 Ritteri Anemone

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    Pretty neat. But, will the blade stay in place?
     
  5. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    you glue the blade to the mag float. There is no way for the blade not to stay in place

    J
     
  6. inwall75

    inwall75 Giant Squid

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    You know you're officially a geek when your computer video's include coralline algae scrapers. ;D

    LOL. Actually looks like a nice product.
     
  7. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm not going to say I'm beyond creating a video like that but I can't take the credit. It is a promo video from the makers of the Easy Blade

    J :)
     
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  9. inwall75

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    LOL

    I was talking about me. My computer has that video. (I hate coralline with a white hot passion. Every tax season it just builds and builds and builds and then I have a huge mess to deal with on April 16th).
     
  10. nemo79

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    coraline looks nice but I agree, what a pain to remove. I use a blade and to scrap it off my whole tank shakes! They should make a product that actually disolves coraline from the front glass. Wipe it and it's gone...of course it would have to be reef friendly!
     
  11. Matt Rogers

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    Nice radar find! 8)

    I wonder how well this works. I have a hard time with those magnetic algae scapers as it is.

    That said, I'd love to see a scan of the legal disclaimers in the instructions. That might be amusing. :)
     
  12. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I have 2 of these, been using them for about 1 year. I can not say enough good things about them. Mind you if you are not careful you can scratch your tank, I know I've done it, but I still use it.

    J